Causative use of have exercises

  • Your hair is too long. I think you should have it cut.
  • How often do you have your car serviced?
  • The house looks very old. I think they should have it painted.
  • Did he cut down that tree himself? No, he had it cut down.
  • She didn’t repair the car herself, she had it repaired.
  • He doesn’t go to the kiosk to buy a newspaper he has it delivered.
  • They are working now because he is having a swimming pool built.
  • A few years ago he had his portrait painted by a famous painter.
  • His eyesight is getting worse. He is going to have his eyes tested.
  • Her watch broke down. Now it is working again. She has had her watch repaired.
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